Live resin uses fresh, frozen whole cannabis flowers as opposed to buds that have been dried and cured. Extracting the oil from fresh plants captures a unique aroma that gets lost in the curing process. Extract artists applaud live resin for its high terpene content, but what do lab-tested terpene profiles of live resins have to say about it? Terpene analyses confirm that live resin indeed has more of a"fresh plant" terpene profile than cured-bud extractions.
Green Hornet - The strain called Green Hornet is a cross between Sour Diesel and OG. The smell is both sweet and citrus like. The taste is sweet but some people find it has a butter taste to it that they don't really like. It is a Sativa dominant strain of marijuana that is growing in popularity. It has a THC level of 20%. The light green appearance of Green Hornet often has it mistaken for weeds when it is grown outdoors.
Trichomes will grow as it gets closer to the time to harvest it. Even though it looks ready to harvest around 50 days, it is best to wait until 60 days. The yield from these plants will dramatically increase in that 10 day window. Green Hornet offers an energized feeling and it can help a person to be more focused and creative. It can also boost mood which is why it is often used by those suffering from depression or anxiety. It can help with reducing stress and it can also help with mild to moderate pain control.